The Da Vinci Code Setting & Symbolism

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Louvre Museum

The Louvre Museum in Paris, France is where Jacques Sauniere is murdered and the story begins. Several of Leonardo's paintings, including the Mona Lisa and the Madonna of the Rocks, which provide clues to Langdon and Neveu, are hanging in the Louvre.

The Keystone

The keystone is an encrypted cylinder that contains clues where to find the Holy Grail. Sophie and Langdon find the keystone - as a result of clues left behind by Sauniere - in a safety deposit box at The Depository Bank of Zurich. During the course of the story the keystone changes hands

The Depository Bank of Zurich

The Depository Bank of Zurich is where Jacques Sauniere and the Priory of Sion had hidden the keystone. It is an extremely secure and private bank known for its highest levels of service, security, and anonymity.

Chateau Villette

After leaving the Depository Bank of...

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